Museums & Monuments

The Vine and Wine Park
Wine theme park. Test wines and learn about viticulture. Free for children under 15. Open April to October 09:00-19:00, November to December and February to March 10:00-18:00. La Gare, Romaneche Thorins (71).
Cassissium Museum
Museum focused on the blackcurrant. Rue des Freres Montgolfier, Nuits-Saint-George (21).
Maision du Charolais
Museum and information centre about Charolais beef. Rooms available for business meetings, seminars, and conferences. Route 79, Charolles (71).
Saint Nazaire Museum
Collection of 12th century art. Tours available in English and German. Place Saint Nazaire, Bourbon-Lancy (71).
Musee de Sens
Large collection of artefacts including the Villethierry treasure and gallo-Roman mosaics. English tours available. Place de la Cathedrale, Sens (89).
Ecomusee de la Bresse Bourguignone
The museums regular collection includes a look at the historical methods of living in Bresse. Temporary art exhibitions are also shown. Open seven days a week 14:00-18:00. May through September 10:00-19:00. Pierre-de-Bresse (71).
Musee de la Resistance en Morvan
Museum documenting the Resistance movement in Burgundy during German occupation in WWII. Espace Saint Brisson Maison du Parc, St Brisson (58).
Federation des Sites Clunisiens
Organisation and network uniting clunisian sites throughout Burgundy. Open Monday to Friday, 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-17:00. Tours des Fromages, Cluny (71).
Musee des Beaux-Arts
Collection includes 12th to 19th century sculpture, Egyptian bronze figurines, 16th to 18th century Flemish and Dutch paintings. Open 7 days a week. Closed on Tuesdays between 1 December and 31 March. 19 Poterne, Beaune (21).
Musee du Vin de Bourgogne
Museum of wine artefacts. Open Between April 1st and November 11th, open everyday between 09:30 and 17:00. Between December 1st and March 31st, open daily 09:30 and 17:00. Closed December 25th and January 1st. Hotel des Ducs, Rue dEnfer, Beaune (21).
Musee du Chatillonais
Houses the worlds largest bronze vase, The Treasure of Vix. Collection includes Gallo-Roman artefacts. Rue du Bourg, Chatillon-sur-Seine (21).
Nicephore Niepce Museum
Photography museum. Temporary exhibitions changed three times a year. Permanent exhibition takes you through the history of photography and modern developments. Open every day except Tuesday. 28 quai des Messageries, Chalon-sur-Saone (71).
Centre dInterpretation de la Ligne de Demarcation
Permanent exhibition commemorating the demarcation line that passed through Saone-et-Loire between June 1940 and February 1943. Le Bassin, Genelard (71).
Guedelon
Historical project in which 50 people are building a castle from materials used in the Middle Ages: wood, stone, earth, sand and clay. Work on the site started in 1997 and is planned to take 25 years to complete. Treigny (89).
LImaginarium: The Magic of Bubbles
Museum dedicated to sparkling wine. Open every day 10:00-13:00 and 14:00-19:00, closed on Mondays from November to March, 25 December and 1 January. Avenue du Jura, Nuits-Saint-Georges (21).
La Moutarderie
The Fallot Mustard Mill is the last Burgundian mustard mill. Open for the public to discover the secrets of Burgundy mustard. Products available to buy onsite. Rue du Faubourg Bretonniere, Beaune (21).
Eden Centre
Nature museum dedicated to environmental education. Lean about Burgundys nature. Auditorium available for seminars and business events. Rue de lEglise, Cuisery (71).
Musee August Grasset
Collection includes pieces from Mesopotamia, Egypt, and instruments from the 17th to 19th century. Place de la Mairie, Varzy (58).
Musee de lAventenure du Son
Unique in Europe, the collection contains over 1,000 gramophones, radios and mechanical musical instruments. Place de lHotel de Ville, Saint Fargeau (89).

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